Grizedale Arts

Newsletter, July 2015

If you want to catch up with stuff here are all the things I could remember off-hand. Apologies as ever to the forgotten - you are so legion. Please excuse the completly gratuitous flower shot.


The House Of Ferment - London, July 7-11

The H​ouse of Ferment is a collaboration with Karen Guthrie and celebrates international, national, regional, local and personal culture and cultures within a mobile 'larder' designed with Swedish collective Front. The HoF as we like to call it, features contributions from diverse artists, cooks, makers and designers including Bedywr Williams, Giles Round and Laure Prouvost. Cultures include nuka, miso, cider vinegar, sourdough and many others. A junior version featured in our installation The Colleseum of the Consumed at Frieze Art Fair in summer 2013.

The HoF is commissioned by the new Science Gallery at King's College London and launches FED UP: the future of Food the Science Gallery London's new season of projectsand events. It launches Tuesday July 7 until Saturday 11th July at 6 Southwark St, Borough Market, London SE1 1TQ. Detailed programme to follow but we are open 10am - 5pm every day and yes we do lunch and yes it's fermented.

A recent Poland research trip was hosted by artist Kasia Garapich who will work on bringing the project to Krakow in early autumn 2015, and we plan to also plan to present the HoF in the Coniston Institute in October and November being the central component of a village restaurant.

The Honest Shop - Open Again!

The Honest Shop has re-opened!

Selling only locally produced products made by the village.. Fresh veg from the surrounding gardens and allotments, freezer meals made by the Youth Club, alpaca knitwear from a nearby farm, local home baking and much more...

The Shop At Howgill

The Shop at Howgill is now open, every Wednesday and Friday, from 10 - 2pm.

The Shop at Howgill is a children’s charity clothes shop based in Cleator Moor, made by the Howgill Family Centre, Grizedale Arts, The Coniston Institute and An Endless Supply. It provides a new space to purchase recycled and repurposed children’s clothes, alongside a workshop facility for the development new products. Read more about the project here

Buy Our Book Online

Kevin Reid performs (2003)Grizedale Arts - Adding Complexity to Confusion is a lavishly illustrated romp through the last decade of our projects and it's now available to BUY ONLINE HERE.

Grizedale Arts is made possible by the ongoing support of Arts Council England and South Lakeland District Council

Grizedale Arts is a partner of Tate, and exchanges programmes, ideas and skills with Tate and the Plus Tate family of visual arts organisations

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